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Thank you so much for doing this, Robym. Our men and women is service, whether overseas or in the states, make such a sacrifice to ensure our freedom.
Wow! This is an awesome challenge. It seems like every year on this day, since the tragedy, people have been thinking less and less of the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives to help save the lives of others.
This is such a great thing. My husband served in Iraq for 2 years and it's nice to know that he is appreciated by others. Thanks to all our service men and women whether they are military, police, fireman, doctors or teachers. God Bless!
this is an totaly awsome Idea and I am going to go and get right on it....the RGB video was awesome Robyn I laughed I cried...what a great idea I had no idea about rgb codes this is firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a great idea and I am so thankful for our Freedom! I am also participating in a group Operation Gratitude that sends cards to our soliders!
Red Green Blue...that is about all i know about the subject but i guess Robyn will teach us along the way!--Hollymakingjesusfamous at yahoo dot com
I should have never doubted you, Robyn! I have been disappointed at the blogs today - except for just a couple (AND YOU, OF COURSE) none have even mentioned the importance of today!!!Thank you for remembering what our country went thru 9 years ago and for those we lost and their families! And, we must remember the men and women serving to day so that we can enjoy what freedoms we have left in this country! Our prayers are with them!jackie
Thank You Robyn for doing this, My bson is in the Marines for 2 years this month. He is my Hero, now i can do a card for him and Thanking him for what he does for are freedom.I want to thank all the men and woman who service for us my family memebers who is in.MELISSASoutherngirl32@HOTMAIL.COM
I have two grandson's who are in Iraq, thank you so much for this challenge! Jeananne
My cousin has been a nurse in the Navy for 20 yrs now. She loves Cake and Ear Rings. I am giving her for her bday a 14 white gold hoop ear rings and what better way to package them, in this cute cake box. I may make another one and put a real cupcake in it too.My hubby is Navy. Many of my family were or are in the Armed Forces. MY brother was in Vietnam, many cousins went to Iraq,etcThanks Robin for doing the awesome giveaway. I have been working hard on her packaging for her email@example.comLOOKS like I am the first to post.
May God always be with the families who lost someone on 9/11. Thank you to all the men and women who have and are serving in our armed forces.May GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!!Never forget.
Thanks so much for this challenge, Robyn. If there are cardmakers out there who don't know what to do with their cards, I urge them to check out http://www.OperationWriteHome.orgThis is an organiization of cardmakers who send their blank cards (through this clearinghouse) to service personnel overseas, so they can send something back to their friends and families. In addition, they send *AnyHero* cards, which are created and signed by the crafter, to those who may not be getting snailmail from home. Thanks again for offering this challenge today...we MUST NEVER forget!
Oh how I would so love to participate in this challenge, but unfortunately I am working a 12 hour shift today and will be going straight to bed as I will be doing that again tomorrow. I do love you for doing this and your giveaways are always special. I will always remember where and what I was doing on this day 9 years ago.
This is a great challenge, Robyn. Thanks for posting this and encouraging people to show their appreciation.
Could'nt stop laughing when i heard one of your children scream in the background!! super funny!This is a great challenge by the way...very sad day for everybody so its good you doing this.Thanks!-Sarahmscraftz.blogspot.com
It's all about preserving memories - some things will never be forgotten! Well thought out video for today Robyn - thank you
Robyn,Today is truly a sad day for everybody. Thanks for doing this wonderful challenge. Kat Raymondkat.firstname.lastname@example.org
WOW, LOTS going on today! I already entered my card! Hope you enjoy it my friend!Pink hugs, Emma;)
LOVE this frog!!! I'm definitely wishing some people a "hoppy birthday!" Your stamps are the best!!! Thanks for the chance!
FABULOUS idea. You are a real class act, Miss Robyn. Thanks for doing this.
Does not seem like years and I dont think no one will ever forget where and what they were doing, know I wont. Today as we do yard work and grumbling the whole time I had to remind myself how lucky we are to have everyone here safe and sound while others have lost so much. Makes you relize its a blessing to have a day that is simple as yard work.
Thank you Robyn for the inspiration to create a wonderful project for my DH who is a Volunteer Fireman!Jeannine (email@example.com)
Robyn This Is a great thing your doing for our men and women in service, you have a good heart..
Very nice gesture.
love this challenge.. i enjoyed making my card.. thanks so much for a great challenge..
Hello again Robyn, what a great idea for our soldiers. Thank you for your great ideas, I have posted my 9-11 card and hope that you like it. I just happened to have left over 4th of July paper so I think it turned out great....firstname.lastname@example.org
Robyn,Thanks for doing this what a great tribute to all our soliders active or inactive. My father was a Navy man and I remeber him being gone. He was in for 9 years. My card is a "Thank You To Him". he is 85 years old..........email@example.com
my sister Ivette Nicole Moreno passed away in the world trade she was going to be 25 she was found on her birthday october 4th i am still to sensitive to play this game but thank you for having this on your blog God Bless
Great tribute Robyn, I've since retired from the military but I was deployed to Bosnia when 9/11 happened. My husband was working at the Pentagon then. I'll never forget the terror of calling him over and over trying to get through the jammed lines. Those images are seared into my brain and I don't think the white hot rage I feel will ever dissipate. My organization back in DC lost 9 people that day. To all my friends still serving God bless you and keep you and yours safe.
What a great challenge. A nice way to remember. Thanks
I'M SO EXCITED TO BE APART OF THE FUN. NOW I HAVE TO GO MAKE SOMETHING SPECIAL,CAN'T WAIT,I LIKE TO SHOW HOW MUCH MY FAMILY IS THANKFUL, FOR THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER AND SAFER PLACE...THANK YOU GOOD LUCK EVERYONE
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This is a great tribute. There have been so many lives changed from what happened on 9/11 and to this day many lives are still being affected. Thanks for all you do.Chrissychrick at yahoo dot com
Robyn, thank you for issuing such a lovely way to honor those who have and those who are serving this country. Our challenge is just what it took to get me to post to my blog for the first time in over 2 YEARS!!! Thank you for the nudge! mhoecker at gmail dot com
Hey Robyn...we need a Patriotic themed stamp set!!! What do ya think?cassandracaubleatyahoodotcom
I bartend at the American Legion and VFW in Wadsworth OH. I is such an honor to be surrounded by the heroes who gave us the freedom we now tend to take advantage of. TFS!
Hey mom! u r awesome!
Thank you for the wonderful opp. to share this special layout and to say thank you to all the wonderful service men and women.
Here is the card I made for my D H who is active duty in USCG
Love all the great layouts, such great email@example.com
I'm so happy that you shared how to use the RGB feature on the new Cricut Imagine. I didn't think I would buy this machine until you showed us how we could make the different colors we wanted. The frog card was so firstname.lastname@example.org
I wasn't able to participate in this challenge, but loved it. My husband isn't in the military, but he does work for our local power company. And there have been many times during hurricane season he is gone for days restoring power due to storms. They don't get the appreciation that they deserve, so please include them.Pattibbitster@windstream.net
How wonderful! I wasn't able to participate in this. However, I really enjoyed looking at everyones projects! So creative!
WOW - this is such a great idea!! Thanks for posting this challenge Robyn!
I don't have a blog but want to enter your contest. How do I post my email@example.com
All the projects are great. Thanks for hosting this challenge. We should always remember.
Thanx Robyn. I had lots of fun with this. I you enjoy.
Robin,This is a great Challenge. I have never entered a Challenge before. But just had to enter this one. Great way for people to remember those who were lost and a great way to Thank all those who help keep us safe. Hope you do this again next year. (((God bless America!!!! )))
Robin this is wonderful!!!! I love all the amazing cards. My Husband is currentl stationed over in Afghanistan and has approx 65 young men and women working for him, I wanted to do something special for them for Veteran's Day and so I custome made them all their own Veteran's day cards, had family and friends sign them saying thank you for your service. My husband then had the soldiers sign the cards as well so that they would have a little keep sake from the mission. I can't tell you how many compliments I received from the soldiers. These ideas were wonderful!!! Great job!!! I love it!!!!
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